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NEW ORGAN AND RENOVATION I AT MICHAE.LSTONB-LE-PIT. l On Tuesday evening last, in the q.uaint old Church of St. Michael's, Michaetlsibone-le-pit, a service of dedica- tiofn of a new organ, lamps, and has- socks, was hold, when there was a crowded congregation. The Rev. G. P. Turner, M.A., Rector of St. Augus- tine's, Penartih, preached an appro- priate (Sermon. The service was fol- lowed by an organ recital, given by Mr. Norman Kendrick, of Cardie, the soloists being Miss Blanche John, Dinas Powis (contralto), Mr. Gwilym Price, CardiN (tenor), and Mr. Talbot Thomas, Cardiff (bass). The organ is the gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peacock, Orchardleigh, in memory of their son, Lestlie Gordon Peacock. The seven beautiful hanging lamps, in oxidised silver, were also the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Peacock and a few friends. The hassocks were given by Mrs. H. H. Wilson, The Coppice, Dinas Powis, who are all keenly inteTested in the welfare of this Church. The collection, amount- ing to Y,7 10s. 7d., was in aid of the restorta-ticn fund. The renovations were ca'rried out by Mr. John Britton and Messrs. Cram and Co., Dinas Powis.

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